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Are vaccines really safe?

The following blog is based on new vaccine data from the International Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination Vol 4 issue Feb 2017. This journal is reported to be an “Anti-Vax” source but the research in this article proves otherwise as it includes clear facts reported by Italian scientists.  

Finlandia’s standpoint is to report new information which may be controversial and may not be approved by some readers. However, scientific findings need to be reported to the public at large so they can make up their own minds without being Pro or Anti-Vax which is biased journalism.

Every human vaccine tested in this study was contaminated with metals & debris! So what is going on here when only veterinary vaccines tested were free from contamination and of the 44 human vaccines tested all were contaminated?

We rely on pharmaceutical companies to be of the highest quality, but this proves otherwise. The study states, “The quality of foreign bodies detected and, and in most cases their usual chemical compositions baffled us”. The researchers note “in most cases they have no technical use, cannot be found in any material handbook and look like the result of random formation occurring for example, when waste is burnt, in any case, whatever their origin, they should not be present in any injectable medicament, let alone in vaccines, more in particular those meant for infants”.

In some cases, when a drug company such as Sanofi Pasteur refused to recall its ActiHIB vaccine for babies, even though it knew it was contaminated with glass shards, the FDA did not force a recall.

“The results of these investigations not only negate every assertion that vaccines are safe and effective, but they confirm that they are a clear and present danger.”

The entire study can be downloaded in its entirety by the following link: http://medcraveonline.com/IJVV/IJVV-04-00072.php

Conclusions of research abstract: the analysis carried out shows that in all samples checked, vaccines contained non-biocompatible and bio-persistent foreign bodies which are not declared by the manufacturers, against which the body reacts in any case. This new investigation represents a new quality control that can be adopted to assess the safety of a vaccine. Our hypothesis is that this contamination is unintentional, since it is probably due to polluted components or procedures of industrial processes (e.g. filtration units) used to produce vaccines, not investigated and not detected by the manufacturers. If our hypothesis is actually the case, a close inspection of the manufacturing facilities and the full knowledge of the process of vaccine preparation would probably allow to eliminate such problems.

A further purification of the vaccines could improve their quality and could probably decrease the number and seriousness of the adverse incidental effects.

Harlan Lahti, BSc Pharm
Natural Pharmacist